Moreover, sustained capital outflows weighed on the domestic unit but the dollar's weakness against some other currencies overseas limited the rupee's fall, traders said.

  • The rupee had closed one paise higher at 66.85 against the US currency in yesterday's trade on mild selling of dollars by banks and exporters.
  • Meanwhile, the benchmark BSE Sensex tumbled by 365.08 points, or 1.46 percent to 24,489.03 in morning trade.

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